Gang Starr

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Daily Operation
Used - LP - 21910
1992 2LP Original With Parental Advisory Sticker On The Front Cover. Records Appear Glossy, Light Rubbing On Seams. more
Daily Operation
Used - LP - B0021525-01
2014 Black vinyl with lenticular insert. Crease mark on top corner of cover. Daily Operation is the third studio album by the American hip-hop duo Gang Starr, comprised of MC Guru and DJ Premier. From beginning to end, Daily Operation is a masterclass in hip-hop production, with Premier's jazzy, sample-heavy beats providing the perfect backdrop for Guru's smooth, intelligent rhymes. Overall, Daily Operation is an incredible album that showcases Gang Starr at the height of their powers. Premier's production is flawless, and Guru's rhymes are intelligent, thought-provoking, and delivered with a smooth, confident flow. The album has stood the test of time and remains a classic of the genre. If you're a fan of hip-hop, this is an album you need to own. more
One Of The Best Yet
New - LP - GSE001LP
Sealed 2019 2LP Original, Housed In Non-Gatefold Sleeve. First Full Length Album In 16 Years, Features J. Cole, Q-Tip, Royce Da 5'9" & Talib Kweli. "One Of The Best Yet Seemed Almost Unimaginable Until 2019. A Few Years Earlier, Dj Premier Acquired Unreleased Guru Vocals From Dj Solar, His Ex-partner's Close Associate. Reportedly Consisting Of 30 Recordings Made From 2005 Through 2009 -- The Year Before The Mc Died Of Cancer -- They Were Deemed By Premier To Be Sufficient Raw Material For A Seventh Gang Starr Album, The First Since The Ownerz. The Producer Reanimates The Vocal Tracks, None Of Which Amount To More Than A Couple Verses Or A Hook, As Only The Master Craftsman Can, And Calls Upon Many Gang Starr Foundation Members, Other Peers, And A Small Number Of Younger Artists For Reinforcement. Guru Never Held Back From Expressing His Dissatisfaction With The State Of Hip-hop, But His Prevailing Disgruntled Monotone Here -- At Its Lowest When "Rap" Is Rhymed With "Crap" -- Often Clashes With The Justifiably Reverential And Adrenalized Energy Of The Guests. In "What's Real," For Instance, Royce Da 5'9" Marvels At The Presence Of Guru's Ashes In The Studio, Urging "Let His Children Eat Off The Proceeds," Only A Couple Tracks After The Late Legend Himself Spits, "You Used To Support Your Fam Off Of This/now You Can't Even Buy Spam Off Of This." More Striking Is The Anachronistic "Family And Loyalty," Undeniably A Moving And Nostalgic High Point But Spiked With A Rather Voluble, Very 2010s Verse From J. Cole. That Said, Stitched Together As It Is, One Of The Best Yet Is A Priceless Benefaction. Premier Was No Doubt Compelled To See It Through For Himself And The Memory Of His Deteriorated Union With Guru. That Regard For The Gang Starr Legacy Is Felt Throughout The Set, A Gratifying Listen For Anyone Who Can Get Past Guru's Incapacity To Authorize It. Consequences Notwithstanding, Hearing The Guru Keithy E Match Wits With M.o.p., Freddie Foxxx, Big Shug, Jeru The Damaja, And Group Home, Along With Q-tip And Talib Kweli -- All Over Premier's Impeccable Flips And Scratches -- Is An Unexpected Delight." AllMusic Review By Andy Kellman. more

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